FISSION recently organized the first event of a series focused on the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), titled RUN EVM: Opcode 1. There was a wide range of topics represented, including sidechains, enterprise usage, and trusted computing, as well as many discussions on how to improve and extend the EVM.
There was broad interest in collaborating on further specification and improvements around the EVM and the "EVM Stack" of smart contract languages and tooling. The first step in this is the proposal of a W3C Community Group focused on the EVM - please join us there to continue the discussion.
Thank you from the entire FISSION team for your support and interest! If you are interested in participating in future events please sign up on the RUN EVM website.
There were a number of sponsors that helped to make RUNEVM Opcode 1 possible, including:
Speakers and Presentations
Thank you to all of the speakers for their excellent presentations, and for sharing them:
- EVM Improvements for Performance & Safety, by Brooklyn Zelenka from FISSION
- Mosaic, Meta-blockchains on Ethereum, by Ben Bollen from OST
- Hyperledger Burrow and the Burrow EVM & lightning talk EVM Problems, by Sean Young from Monax
- SlithIR, An Intermediate Representation of Solidity, by Josselin Feist from Trail of Bits
- CANTO, Network layer Ethereum sidechain, by Antoine Toulme, ConsenSys
- KEVM, Jello Paper, IELE, by Grigore Rousu, Runtime Verification